CBCP Commission Statements
“Why are you afraid? Have you no faith?” Faith begins when we realize we are in need of salvation.
Christ’s light guides our journey. These are days of struggle, hardships, and despair. With Typhoon Odette and Omicron straining the capacities of local communities and families, Christians must unite in solidarity with the most vulnerable among us.
This has yet been a very challenging year for all of us. We had to forego the usual national activities for the youth. I am sure, your usual gatherings have also been affected.
My Brothers and sisters in our Lord Jesus Christ, once again we privileged to celebrate on this final Sunday of October, (31st of October) the Prison Awareness Sunday (PAS).
The month of October is always considered as “mission month,” highlighted with the celebration of World Mission
The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines-Episcopal Commission on Prison Pastoral Care (CBCP-ECPPC) joins in the worldwide celebration of the World Day Against the Death Penalty
The life of a migrant is not easy, and more difficult is that of the refugee.
Today we celebrate the 26th National Seafarers’ Sunday in recognition of the contribution of our brethren in the seafaring industry, an industry very important to the lifeblood of every nation.
The Episcopal Commission on Prison Pastoral Care of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP-ECPPC) joins the Coalition Against the Death Penalty (CADP) in the joyful celebration of the 15th year of the abolition of the death penalty in the Philippines.
The time of the Pandemic has affected all aspects of our life and even our liturgical celebrations.
A Letter to the Youth Dear Young People, Joyful greetings to you in the name of all our Brother Bishops in the CBCP-Episcopal Commission on Youth! The COVID19 pandemic caught all of us unprepared. We have witnessed unprecedented changes in almost all areas of our...
Forty five years ago, a group of prisoners at the death row of the Maximum compound of the Bureau of Prisons wrote a letter to the Catholic...